Session 173: Science Subject Special

SubjectSpecialSCIENCELogoDate: Thursday 17th October 2013. Hosted by @UKEdChat & the Science Teaching Community. Supported by the forum – Click here. Rather than summarise the session in our usual format, for these subject specials we are creating infographs of the session. If you click on the image, it should open the resource in PDF format, where all the images link to the tweet or the resource highlighted.

Science Subject Special Summary Infograph. Click to open in PDF, where all images link to the tweet/resource highlighted.
Science Subject Special Summary Infograph. Click to open in PDF, where all images link to the tweet/resource highlighted.

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2 Comments

  1. Very nice infographic summary, thank you. The importance of contextualising and linking as much learning as possible to real life was brought home to me in a new way this week. At a STEM Ambassador event I stated up-front that I had just been ‘fired’ (made redundant) – and I instantly had the attention of 25 (otherwise rowdy) teenagers. The importance – and my demonstration – of having a backup plan in life became the theme of my session. Yes, definitely keep it real!

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